The young pianist Grigoris Ioannou (b.1995) has given numerous solo recitals and concerts in Greece, France, England, Belgium, Italy, Russia and Hungary. He has performed in concert venues such as the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, St. Mary Abbots Church, St. Stephen’s Church and St. John’s Waterloo Church in London, Cesar Franck Auditorium in Paris, Kasteel d'Ursel in Antwerp, A. Scriabin House-Museum and Suvalov Hall in Moscow, Solti Hall in the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest the "Megaron" in Athens (Athens Concert Hall) as well as the “Megaron” in Thessaloniki (Thessaloniki Concert Hall) – the 2 most prestigious venues in Greece . Among the highlights of Grigoris' career so far has been a critically acclaimed performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20, K. 466 with the Athens State Orchestra, for which he received glowing reviews from the Athens press for his musicality, technical facility and sense of style. Grigoris has been invited to perform with the Sinfonietta Orchestra of Athens on multiple occasions, performing piano concertos by Mozart and Bach. He has also performed with the Thessaloniki State Conservatory Symphony Orchestra.
Grigoris graduated with a BMus(Hons) in July 2017 from the Royal College of Music, London, where he studied with professors Ian Jones and Peter Jablonski. His studies were supported by scholarships from the ABRSM and the Henry Wood Accommodation Trust.